‘All My Mother’s Lovers,’ the debut book of queer, Israeli-American left-wing author Ilana Masad was met with critical praise. She hopes that Biden's win will change the way the country treats minorities
California's congressional Democrats have the chance to demand restoration of state and local tax breaks. Will they take it?
Facebook's Oversight Board has announced it will announce its decision "in the coming weeks".
The supermodel will be the guest of former President Shimon Peres at an International Women's Day conference hosted by the Peres Center for Peace.
Every spring, roses bloom in the western Saudi city of Taif, turning pockets of the kingdom's vast desert landscape a vivid and fragrant pink.
Elizabeth Mahoney was put to bed in a stranger's house after being discharged from hospital.
Senate Finance is working on a bipartisan China bill — Tai's first speech will focus on green trade
A magnitude 4.8 earthquake struck off the Aegean coast near Turkey’s southwestern Muğla province, the country's disaster agency said on April 17.
Time is running out for Jordan's economy amid a changing Middle East
Heavy fighting near the Yemeni city of Marib has killed 96 combatants over the past two days as Huthi rebels press their offensive on the government's last northern toehold, loyalist commanders said Friday.
The most vulnerable Senate Democrats all had strong first quarters, while House Republicans narrowed the fundraising gap for the GOP's efforts to win the House.
It's illegal to solicit accident victims for services immediately after a crash. But it's still happening, and some are even impersonating law firms.
Photographer Grey Hutton spent 2020 photographing the borough's families, community volunteers and students as they lived through COVID-19.
Knott's Berry Farm plans to reopen May 6 for season-ticket holders and May 21 for the general public. Disneyland and Universal Studios will open in April.
Haaretz's food columnist cooks lunch with the doyenne of Jewish cooking, and discusses food history and Jewish tradition
In the last of a quartet of novels, Sayed Kashua grapples with identity, exile, lies, loneliness and longing – both his and his protagonist's
Pakistan's government ordered the country's telecoms agency to temporarily shut down social media and instant messaging platforms on Friday after days of violent anti-France protests.
Psychiatrists say their patients increasingly tell them that they're exhausted and unable to concentrate. Mental health experts say it's a normal reaction to abnormal times.
When Michigan's film incentives ended in 2015, Kron Moore shifted her focus to Atlanta and landed a starring role on BET's 'Tyler Perry's The Oval'
Marrow, a Detroit restaurant and butcher shop, was recently treated by Ford's luxury brand Lincoln to a week off with pay and dinner.
The day was inevitable. But with COVID placing restrictions on the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral, the memorial service seemed more surreal than many other royal events. Sertan Sanderson reports from London.
While acknowledging that the present situation has become far more difficult than it was in the past due to rising coronavirus infections, Kumar remained hopeful that the country's economy will grow 11 per cent in the current fiscal ending March 31, 2022.
Country's cyber security agency has cautioned WhatsApp users about certain vulnerabilities detected in the popular instant messaging app that could lead to breach of sensitive information.
“It's counterintuitive,” said Mark Scott the director of wildlife for the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife. “What we have to do is lower the hosts for these ticks."
The Peaky Blinders star's husband Damian Lewis says she armed her family with "courage to go on".
Rumors about destabilizing conspiracies, Saudi-backed sedition and family feuds still swirl around Prince Hamzah's house arrest and his reconciliation with King Abdullah II, intensified by a local media blackout. What really happened? And can the king really crush newly-emboldened critics channeling dissent that's simmered for decades?
The $5 million winning proposal for the building's design was 'modest, not grandiose, and it spoke to us,' says Hebrew University CEO
The PM's slain brother was not a central figure in the operation, Saul David, on whose book the film '7 Days in Entebbe' was based, tells Haaretz
A volcano erupted last week on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, and the volcano is still active. NPR's Debbie Elliott talks with geologist Richard Robertson about what could happen next.
A compromise has been reached that will keep the Barbur Gallery open for at least the next three months, after it earlier sparked city's ire for hosting event by Breaking the Silence
National security adviser Jake Sullivan tells CNN's Dana Bash that the US is committed to helping the Afghan government but says he "learned long ago not to make predictions about what is going to happen in Afghanistan."
[DW] Africa's airlines have registered low passenger volumes since the onset of the COVID pandemic. The aviation industry's progress in connecting the continent over the past decade is now at stake.
Brian Stelter says newsroom leaders are concentrating on three "s's" in their roles: streaming, subscriptions, and standards. CNN's Oliver Darcy raises a concern that "quality news is more and more being moved behind paywalls" while lower-quality and hyper-partisan sources remain free.
Mitsotakis said Athens aimed to reset relations with Libya, which were soured by the Tripoli government's signing a maritime boundary accord in 2019 with Turkey, Greece's regional rival
Rep. Matt Gaetz, facing a scandal that threatens to end his career, is privately telling his colleagues that he has been treated unfairly while at the same time saying he's been cooperative with the Justice Department's investigation as he remains on shaky ground.
Rafael Nadal's bid for a 12th Monte Carlo Masters title was shattered by Russia's Andrey Rublev, who swept to a 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 quarterfinal win Friday.
French writer Frédéric Martel, whose new book exposes the sexual secrets of the Vatican, explains how the moral rot of the Catholic Church is rooted in its clergy's repressed homosexuality
If aviation were a country, it would be among the world's top CO2 emitters. The sector has committed to reducing its carbon footprint, but the technology it's banking on for low-carbon travel is far from being developed.
The world's failure to deliver vaccines to needier countries is more than a scandal; it's a crisis. And it could come to haunt us all soon.